SINE2020 Grant Agreement signed by the European Commission
The project will start this year on October 1 and will last four years .
SINE2020 logo. Design: Fabienne Mengoni, ESRF.
The European Commission has now signed the Grant Agreement for the project SINE2020. SINE2020, world-class Science and Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020, will start this year on October 1st and will last four years. It will be funded through the EU H2020 framework.
All the steps are being taken for the establishment of the contract. The project's 18 partners were now invited to sign the Accession forms, and the establishment of the Consortium Agreement is also in progress.
Like NMI3, the new project is a consortium of the main European neutron facilities and academic partners and is coordinated by the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL). Thus, the SINE2020 kick-off meeting will indeed take place at the same time as the NMI3 final General Assembly.
ILL has signed the Grant Agreement for SINE2020
A new project will start in October 2015 and last for four years. It has recently been accepted for funding under the European Commission HORIZON 2020 framework. Read more.
SINE2020 – New neutron project approved by the European Commission
A new neutron project that will start in October 2015 and last for four years has recently been accepted for funding under the European Commission HORIZON 2020 framework. Like NMI3, the new project is a consortium of the main European facilities and academic partners conducting neutron research and is coordinated by the ILL. Read more.
Final NMI3-II General Assembly and SINE2020 kick-off meeting
You can now register for the meeting to be held in Copenhagen on October 14-16. Read more.